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Transforming growth factor-b1 is a heparin-binding protein: identification of putative heparin-binding regions and isolation of heparins with varying affinity for TGF-b1


Transforming growth factor-b1 is a heparin-binding protein: identification of putative heparin-binding regions and isolation of heparins with varying affinity for TGF-b1



Journal of Cellular Physiology 152: 0-40



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